GENRE: Gay Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 10,921 words
Motorcycle shop owner Ben Makowski offers a three-day class for new riders. When he finds out one of his students doesn’t even like motorcycles, he’s irritated but drawn to the man at the same time. Though he can clearly see the new student is dealing with something difficult, Ben sets out to get to know what that might be and if he can help in any way.Writer Angus Winter’s publisher has insisted he learn about motorcycles for an upcoming book, which is the last thing he wants to do. His fear of motorcycles stems from a tragedy in his past. But something about his sexy new teacher makes him want to open up to the man. Can Angus trust Ben with the burden he’s carried for so long?EXCERPT:Note: may contain sexually explicit scenes of a homoerotic nature.
Great short story with all the feels
I thoroughly enjoyed this short story. With a short story it is sometimes difficult to get to know the characters, but not with this one. Obviously, it is only a glimpse, but I really got the feeling I knew these guys. In a few short strokes, the author painted a good picture of Ben and Angus. A motorcycle man and a man who is afraid of motorcycles. They shouldn’t click, but they do. I felt the connection and attraction, and I was engrossed in their lives.
The story ends on a strong HFN, so I am hoping the author will write more about Ben and Angus.
This was a fabulous book that drew me in from the very first page. I loved both Ben and Angus and even though it's a very short story, the author managed to give them depth and layers. The attraction between them was instant but believable, and I could feel it.
I warmly recommend this book, and would definitely want to read more about these guys!!
May contain spoilers!! Hot, but almost too short! I was really anxious to see if Angus would end up getting on a bike and face his fears! The love story and their lust for each other from when they first laid eyes on each other in the store was amazing! And that Joe pursued Angus! The stepping stones leading up to the end were flawlessly done. I love that Joe never gave up on what he wanted! A great short story!